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weed

noun /wiːd/
any wild plant, especially when growing among cultivated plants or where it is not wanted
mala hierba
The garden is full of weeds.
weedkiller noun a chemical etc used to kill weeds.
herbicida
weed out phrasal verb to remove (things which are unwanted) from a group or collection
desherbar, escardar
The interview process helps us to weed out unsuitable candidates for the job.
Translations of “weed”
in Arabic نَبات ضارّ…
in Korean 잡초…
in Malaysian lalang, rumpai…
in French mauvaise herbe…
in Turkish yabanî ot, zararlı ot, ayrık otu…
in Italian erbaccia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 雜草, 野草…
in Russian сорняк…
in Polish chwast…
in Vietnamese cỏ dại…
in Portuguese erva daninha…
in Thai วัชพืช…
in German das Unkraut…
in Catalan mala herba…
in Japanese 雑草…
in Indonesian gulma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 杂草, 野草…
(Definition of weed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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